Ross Industrial Storage products consist of heavy-duty structural racking systems engineered using the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) standards for buildings and bridges. Marketed under the Dexco brand, all rack arms, columns and shelves are manufactured using wide flange beams with a 50 KSI minimal yield to offer greater strength and durability compared to roll-formed and tube steel. Pre-drilled holes and heavy hex ASTM A325 bolts with oversized heads are provided to create fully adjustable rack arms and shelves.
Engineered to safely meet almost any weight requirement, Dexco Racks are ideal for storing industrial materials such as lumber, coils, dies, pipe, tubing, bar stock, sheet metal and glass. Typical cantilever systems support loads ranging from 1,000 pounds to 20,000 pounds per individual rack arm. Coil and die racks commonly support loads ranging from 2,000 pounds to 80,000 pounds per shelf. Engineered designs for higher load requirements are also available.
Founded in 1962, Ross operates out of 250,000 square feet of production space in Leola, Pennsylvania and ships Dexco Racks throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.